Matt Dillon has come a long way from playing a troubled teen. But how would the Oscar-nominated actor’s career have gone if he hadn’t gotten a nose job?
46-year old Matt Dillon was best known as a bad boy in 80s films like The Outsiders. Makemeheal.com thinks that becoming a credible actor, with an Oscar nomination under his belt, is likely due to a nose job earlier in his career.
The handsome Matt looks to have had a fairly drastic rhinoplasty some time in the past, which transformed him from quirky and cute to leading man material. Matt’s old nose was larger and somewhat bulbous at the tip. His new nose has been narrowed and the tip dramatically refined. While some male actors may become more feminine looking with a smaller nose, Matt has retained his masculinity and upgraded his looks, the result of a nose job well done.
On his blog, plastic surgeon Dr. Anthony Youn reports, ” Looks like a nice job to me,” adding that in Hollywood rhinoplasty may be the most popular plastic surgery procedure amongst celebrities.
Miami Dr. Michael Salzhauer says, “Matt Dillon’s nose does appear more defined at the tip and have a perfect dorsal angle indicative of a Rhinoplasty. His Rhinoplasty doesn’t appear overdone and was a great improvement to his look.”
Dr. Paul A. Nassif, a Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon and Rhinoplasty Specialist in Beverly Hills, California says, “Matt Dillon does not appear to have had any surgery performed to his nose. His look is natural, and he would not benefit from any work performed to his nose.”
Board certified Manhattan plastic surgeon Dr. David Shafer says,”If Matt Dillon had a nose job, it was very minor and did not make a huge difference.”
Matt and his perky nose can next be seen in the upcoming film Rio Sex Comedy, due out this year.
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